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  • Stanley's FatMax Fubar

    is this tool actually worht buying?

  • #2
    Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

    Originally posted by Big Jim
    Considering what FUBAR stands for, I wouldn't buy one.
    Probably the worst name for a tool, ever.
    but isnt it supposed to be really good for demo jobs?

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    • #3
      Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

      Originally posted by Big Jim
      That's what they say.
      But so is a sledge hammer.
      What are they, around $40?
      It's only 18" long.
      What can you do with it that you can't
      do with a hammer and pry bar?
      And you probably already own those tools.
      ya those are the tools im using now i already carry alot of equipment just thought that it might cut down a couple of tools

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      • #4
        Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

        I've got the smaller size. They've been marked a little cheaper lately.

        for $20 I think the smaller one is a good tool.

        You can hammer, pry, pull nails. and also grab and tweak boards. I picked it up to help with boards that have a little twist.

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        • #5
          Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

          Originally posted by Big Jim
          Considering what FUBAR stands for, I wouldn't buy one.
          Probably the worst name for a tool, ever.
          Agreed. It really doesn't offend me, but I'm surprised that someone in this easily offended world hasn't raised some sort of flag over the name.

          Maybe they'll come out with a whole F series:

          Stanley's Big F'ing Hammer

          Stanley's F'ed Up Screwdriver

          Stanley's Always F'ing Level.

          J.C.

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          • #6
            Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

            Originally posted by rofl View Post
            I've got the smaller size. They've been marked a little cheaper lately.

            for $20 I think the smaller one is a good tool.

            You can hammer, pry, pull nails. and also grab and tweak boards. I picked it up to help with boards that have a little twist.
            can it fully replace a hammer?

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            • #7
              Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

              Originally posted by Big Jim
              Maybe they'll come out with a whole F series:
              .
              LOL. I thought I detected a disturbance in the force. [/QUOTE]
              haha

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              • #8
                Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

                Originally posted by woodman619 View Post
                can it fully replace a hammer?
                I would say no for one reason.

                The pry bar end is away from the head below the handle. I just don't consider as comfortable to use as a regular hammer. It would get you by in a pinch, but I wouldn't rely on it as a full time replacement of a hammer.

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                • #9
                  Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

                  Originally posted by rofl View Post
                  I would say no for one reason.

                  The pry bar end is away from the head below the handle. I just don't consider as comfortable to use as a regular hammer. It would get you by in a pinch, but I wouldn't rely on it as a full time replacement of a hammer.
                  ya i dont think anything will replace my hammer lol i use it for everything

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                  • #10
                    Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

                    Ptfmwb

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                    • #11
                      Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

                      fubar

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                      • #12
                        Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

                        Originally posted by rofl View Post
                        Ptfmwb
                        play that funky music white boy

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                        • #13
                          Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

                          Originally posted by Big Jim
                          They need to figure a way to use some of the
                          other all time favorite acronyms to describe tools.
                          DILLIGAF
                          SNAFU
                          BOHICA
                          BOHICA should be assigned to a heavy duty recip saw. They just scream "bohica" when it comes to demo work.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

                            Originally posted by rofl View Post
                            play that funky music white boy
                            lol

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                            • #15
                              Re: Stanley's FatMax Fubar

                              Its GREAt for riping out 2x4,s and 2x6,s and for prying stuff .If you do alot of remodeling work like I do then I would say heck yea get one.

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